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big in the clutch so far in this one. so has alex smith. >> al: tenth overall pick. second and three. lions down to their last time-out. plus the clock stops at the two-minute warning. gore is the running back. the pass is caught by davis! he's inside the 10 and he'll cut it back and touchdown! vernon davis with his second touchdown of the night on a 23-yard pass from smith. what a drive that was. clutch, clutch, clutch.3 f1 davis now with five catches on the night. twice into the end zone. 13-play drive and took over six minutes. lions had to use two of their time-outs and they are now down by 15 with 3:04 left in the fourth. >> cris: vernon davis right here. justin durant see the run action go away and try to go down and get it and then go, uh-oh. comes out the other side. i tell you. alex smith, that is what championship quarterbacks do. you know, sometimes the hardest thing in the world you're trying to run out the clock and you know that the other team is going to be playing the run and you're going to have to complete balls on third down and long and he consistently beat the de
and answered some ads, but no luck. maybe you can give guitar lessons to my son alex. well, maybe... i did teach some kids in boston. how old is he? he's... he's ten. here's a picture of him. it's a little old. oh, he's adorable. he's a good kid. i wish i could spend more time with him but this restaurant takes up so much of my time. you know, i just remembered. they're looking for someone at alex's after-school program. maybe you should call the director. an after-school program? yeah, you know, uh... sports, music, arts and crafts... i'll give you the director's name and number. call her tomorrow. tell her i recommended you. thank you, that's very nice of you. oh, sure. ramon... i leave the table for a minute, and you're giving rebecca your phone number? i just had an idea for a job for her. yeah, well it wasn't washing dishes here, was it? no, i'm saving that for you. well, i found out i have an early meeting tomorrow morning. so i'm afraid it's going to have to be an early evening. if you'll excuse me, i have things to do in the kitchen. good talking to you. oh, see you. thank you so m
forces the 49ers and alex smith to think about throwing the ball here. you have a wham pass or some play action off of it, it might be a decent time. >> al: four-yard loss. second and 14. and tip. trying to throw t to the flat to gore. it didn't result in much anyway. in all likelihood, sammie hill put the pressure on. third down and 14 for the 49ers. >> cris: interesting how many times you watch the detroit lions and they don't look that great. you think, oh, boy. what is going on? and then in the fourth quarter, the defense comes to life and they need a play right here. you can feel a little moment shift with gunther cunningham's squad, if they can make a play right now. >> al: they have to get to the 42 for a first down. and that is crabtree and he will get to the 43 yard line! he needed 14. he got 15. gore helped spring them. first down. >> cris: frank gore lined up in the backfield and circle out. watch the block he makes on the tail end of this play. crabtree makes the catch and then it's gore that up-ends the defender standing there thinking he was about to make that tackle. good
to point out his son alex, he said i want you to look at him, he said i'll give him this, he got his good looks from his mom, but that hair he got from me. he did used to have a great head of hair, he did. i had the privilege of being ken's beat partner that day and watching him stan tall like he did everyday while doing the job him stand tall like everyday while doing the job he loved. it seems everyday i had funny story to tell about him. the last story that i have that i would like to share with all of you was the last morning we worked together. we had just 10 out of -- just gotten out of briefing we were in the back lot ready to go out many standing heineken's patrol car i heard him blurt out oh no, i think they stole my ticket book again. one thing you need to know about ken he was a hot pencil, he wrote tickets and he wrote a lot, the ones that mattered. a backing to that story a few years prior, an officer that will remain nameless, stole ken's ticket book and they held on to that book for about a week. i think that was probably the longest week of ken's career. one of the things
)i got it alex. the big question i ot rrght on a trip behind the scenes. a murder caught on camera... it's just one of thh nearly 70 percent of murderssthat reeaii unsolved this year in baltimore city. the video was emailed to crime ann justice reporter joy lepola. lepola. joy... investigates... the trend ... of... unsolved murders... in the city.../ and... what.../ áanythingá.../ the... commissioner... can... do... about it. ((pkg)) the date is august 21st 2012.... it's around 11 o'clock at night.up in the right hand corner of your screen you can 19 year old lovell spencer.a surveillance camera records what happens next.you can see a man who crosses the street and approaches spencer.seconds later shots are fired.spencer runs from the scene.... but he doeen't get far..... within 50 minutes the 19 year old is pronounced deaddat shock trauma. the video ....is turned over to police. (anthony) 1:51:12 but we still need a little more community intelligence to kind of sew up some of the loose ends :25 have been murdered in the city. of that number
. and we're not going to let them turn back the clock as congressman lewis said. joining me now is alex wagner host of "now with alex wagner" here on msnbc. and e.j. dionne with the washington post. thanks both for coming on tonight. >> good to be here. >> let me ask you, e.j. you were in the hall when congressman john lewis was speaking. we could see from the shots some people in the audience appeared moved. some had teared up. what was the reaction as you got it on the floor? >> well, it was an overwhelming reaction. no one is more qualified to make a moral case for equal voting rights than john lewis. this is a very brave and very good man. i think people regardless of their politics know that that's true. and the room was electrified. because this is a very fundamental thing. we talk about in political terms how some of these laws might make it harder for president obama to win. but the idea that on one day every two or four years, every person in the country is absolutely equal whether you're a homeless man or woman or the richest person in the country, democracy means that every s
. that is optional. i advise the lieutenant spillane that the search warrant on alex was not going to fly, but i never told him, "i am not going to serve it." i did not prepare the search warrant. another inspector prepared it. commissioner turman: annie waited a week to serve it. >> alex was in hiding. after the judge signed it. six days after the judges find it, you have 10 days to serve it under the penal code. -- six days after the judge signed it, it was served six days after, you have 10 days to service under the penal code. commissioner turman: and then you rushed out and served it. >> yes, i did, because i took as an order to serve it. commissioner: how long have you been with the department? >> i have been with the department for 25 years. i also want to tell you that idea that no prior discipline, except years ago, i received a reprimand that was sealed for an automobile accident. i have a meritorious conduct reward, over 150 complementary, two commendations, and i just received something that was signed off by chief suhr. vice president marshall: i guess that comes to -- >> yes, i am
immediately because alex was in hiding. this was a person who witnessed the homicide. he was told to stay out of the city. he did not give us any contact information. we did not know where he was at. i had his attorneys contact information, but he was told to stay out of the state. the coke deal mob has been known to kill a lot of people, -- the oakdale mob has been known to kill a lot of people. also, the dna evidence and searching the vehicle, i was trying to coordinate all of that when on april 27, which was my day off, that is when the lieutenant asked me if the search warrant had been served yet, and i said no, and he said he wanted the search warrant served, and he and the deputy chief were concerned that the search warrant had not been served, so i said ok, even though i was off. i contacted another, and we were trying to get outside to help, but they were not available, so i got three homicide inspectors from the swing watch him to go sit on alex wslsh's -- walsh's residents, and i made three telephone calls, and i told them, "i am already of duty, on overtime, trying to save over tim
-0 after taking care of detroit 27-19. our stars of the game are alex smith who threw for two touchdowns and michael crabtree caught six passes and justin smith had five tackles and all three on the field with michele tafoya. >> michele: a chippy game, alex. we can see your nose. you took a big hit on the final drive. how did you good night fis through the all of that? >> the mentality is stay short sided and with you play at a time and not think too far ahead and defense played lights out and especially the first half. put them in the hole with the kickoff return and turnover and holding them to field goals all day long in the red zone and really helped us. just a matter of kind of plugging along on offense. ups and downs throughout the game. a great group of guys. speaks a lot to the kind of character we got. >> michele: you are flourishing under jim harbaugh. what is it about his coaching that works so well for you? >> it's these guys. michael making me look good tonight. had a bunch of great catches and making me look good, like i said. a combination of everything. i feel as a quarte
love these people. weekend's with alex witt starts now. >>> the man behind the anti-muslim film that has sparked worldwide protests is being questioned by police today. in yet another twist in the ongoing saga. this has protests against americans spread to countries beyond the arab world. the latest from the region in live reports. >>> new swing state polls, nbc's chuck todd joins me with results that give us a much clearer picture of what will happen in november. the latest line on undecided voters might surprise you. >>> the iphone 5. could the latest apple product break new ground? and it's already setting sales records. that much we know. good morning, everyone. welcome to weekends with alex witt. let's get to what's happening right now out there. we have some new developments overnight in the film that sparked rage around the world. investigators are now questioning the man who is suspected of producing that controversial video. early this morning sheriff's deputy removed nakoula basseley nakoula from his california home. police say they're assisting federal probation offic
's alex witt joins us this morning, over at the news desk. hey, alex, good morning. >> yes, i am. good morning to the both of you. >>> let's get to it, everyone, as residents along the east coast are bracing for potentially severe weather today. that could include tornadoes. a fast-moving cold front swept into northeast oklahoma friday afternoon, spawning severe thunderstorms. two grandparents and an infant were killed when heavy winds destroyed their mobile home. a 70-year-old truck driver also died after wind flipped his tractor-trailer on to a cement highway barrier wall. >>> meantime, bermuda's under a tropical storm warning with tropical storm leslie with top sustained winds of 65 miles per hour. they predict it will be a category 1 tomorrow when it passes east of the island. here in the u.s., swimmers are kept close to shore due to the danger for bigger waves and strong rip currents. >>> the taliban is claiming responsibility for a suicide bombing near nato headquarters in kabul today. the huge explosion killed six civilians, including children. the attack came a day after the un
, the david rivera race now leans democratic. weekends with alex witt starts now. >>> what happened in libya? new word from the top u.s. spy office on the killing of the american ambassador there. was it another september 11th al qaeda attack? >>> 38 days and counting. polls show a turn toward the president. how might those numbers affect what happens at the voting booth in november? we'll examine that. >>> not seeing red anymore? one report this morning suggests that an attack on iran by israel may not be as close as once thought. >>> in office politics, the "today" show's savannah guthrie, we hear one question, it's a key one, of what she asked the the president in her interview with him this week. good morning, everyone. welcome to "weekends with alex witt." today reaction to a rare reversal from u.s. intelligence officials on what happened in libya. officials now admit they got it wrong. the director of national intelligence office says, quote, we revised our initial assessment to reflect new information. and the intelligence community now believes it was a deliberate and organized attac
this week. good morning, everyone. welcome to "weekends with alex witt." today reaction to a rare reversal from u.s. intelligence officials on what happened in libya. officials now admit they got it wrong. the director of national intelligence office says, quote, we revised our initial assessment to reflect new information. and the intelligence community now believes it was a deliberate and organized attack which left the u.s. ambassador and three others dead. now members of congress from both parties are demanding answers. on the ground in benghazi investigators can't even get to the scene. nbc's mike viqueira is joining us from the white house with more. good saturday morning to you. >> good morning. >> how big is this reversal? >> it's a very big deal. from the beginning, alex, ever since those attacks on september 11th in benghazi, libya, that left four americans dead, 9 questions not only have been how could this have happened but did the administration shy away, intentionally mislead the american public about the involvement of terrorists, and in particular elements tied to al qaeda.
>> i'm ari melber in for alex. joining me is jeff mason, author and msnbc political analyst joan walker of salon.com, melissa harris perry, and buzz feed editor in chief ben smith. the election is in 39 days but early voting has begun in more than half of the country. which could account ultimately for a third of all votes cast this year. so it's probably not a good sign the republicans are still pointing fingers openly questioning governor romney's strategy. that is bringing him to pennsylvania at this very hour. that's a state where he was down by 12 points according to a poll from quinnipiac university. other polls out show president obama and romney locked in a tight fight. according to the nbc news/"wall street journal"/marist poll, president obama has a slight lead in nevada and north carolina but basically within the margin of error. and in virginia, a new poll from suffolk university/nbc 12 puts obama slightly ahead of romney, also within the margin of error. so, how can romney turn it around? it may not be easy. some people within this romney campaign have concluded he's
's alex savidge is live near lee and lake merritt where the shooting happened and has new details. good afternoon, alex. >> reporter: well, good afternoon. this was an off-duty police officer who refused to be a victim, opening fire on the suspect. this was not an oakland police officer. they will not say who he works for. investigators say it turns out, the robber, he was holding a fake gun. the suspect was taken to the hospital in stable condition. he got more when he bargained for when he tried to rob a man and a woman on this street. investigators say one of the victims turned out to be an off off-duty police officer. he pulled a gun and fired on the suspected robber. >> i heard a number of shots. i'm not exactly sure how many. three, four, all in rapid suction and then i heard some -- successtion and then i heard somebody yelling down! down! >> reporter: the officer and his wife were by the trunk. >> he withdrew his service revolver and fired a tu times. >> reporter: the suspected robber shot was involved in at least two other holdups earlier in the night in this same area of oakla
to the defense of the 49ers quarterback alex smith after he was warned to stop wearing the giants hat. we will tell you what was tweeted. >>> here is more of the flight of "endeavour." we'll be right back. [ fingers tapping ] [ rain pattering ] [ heels clicking ] [ female announcer ] yoplait light tastes great now... ♪ ...and feels great later 20 delicious flavors of yoplait light, now at 90 calories each. yoplait, it is so good! >>> say it ain't so. you might have a little more trouble parking today. it is international parking day in cities all over the bay area are taking part. to celebrate, several groups transformed metered spaces. you can find a list of local pop-up parks at parkingday.org. >>> and the california bullet train may be on the fast track. the federal government gave the green light to start building the first stretch of the high-speed rail system. that approval referred to the 65-mile leg to fresno. now the white house is said to announce plans to expedite permits through the central valley to bakersfield. construction is set to start next year. >>> getting a job in c
outside the mission district police station. ktvu's alex savidge is live to let us know how the meet something going so far. >> reporter: well, good afternoon. police chief greg suhr said his officers did nothing wrong. he and other members of the department are having a town hall meeting inside the cornerstone church in the mission. they are providing more detail. [no audio] >> all right. we just lost os communication there -- our communication with alex savidge. hopefully we'll hear back from him. >>> meanwhile, a report in the "chronicle" is raising new questions about the fatal shooting of 18-year-old alan blueford. the paper quote as police source saying blueford's fingerprints were found on a gun he allegedly pointed at police before being shot in may. the claim is unsubstantiated, the family says. last week protesters briefly shut down the counsel meeting to -- council meeting to protest the meeting. >>> a deadly accident happened around 3:30 this morning on southbound interstate 680 near stoneridge road in pleasanton. that's just south of the i-5 junction. the highway patrol
high noon here in the east. 9:00 a.m. out west. welcome to "weekends with alex witt." here are the top five stories trebding this hour a. new flooding let. revelations on the book on bin laden's killing. clint eastwood's number one fan reveals had himself. and a rocky-like moment for one superstar. we have details on all those stories in the next hour. but first -- just days before the democratic convention and both sides are ratcheting up the rhetoric in the campaign for the white house. in a moment a new ad from the romney camp to share. but first, the president's road to charlotte tour is in boulder, colorado, this hour. the president is trying to build battleground state momentum as he approaches this week's mom t momentum but some of his chief advisers took on mitt romney and the gop convention ahead of their gathering. >> it was a week of perm attacks, empty platitudes, and where the one thing were you left with is they really think lying is a virtue, and i think the american people disagree with that. this week will be very different. >> are you saying they're just a bunch of l
incumbents. next on "now." bob... oh, hey alex. just picking up some, brochures, posters copies of my acceptance speech. great! it's always good to have a backup plan, in case i get hit by a meteor. wow, your hair looks great. didn't realize they did photoshop here. hey, good call on those mugs. can't let 'em see what you're drinking. you know, i'm glad we're both running a nice, clean race. no need to get nasty. here's your "honk if you had an affair with taylor" yard sign. looks good. [ male announcer ] fedex office. now save 50% on banners. so it can feel like you're using nothing at all. but neosporin® eczema essentials™ is different. its multi-action formula restores visibly healthier skin in 3 days. neosporin® eczema essentials™. anyone have occasional constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating? yeah. one phillips' colon health probiotic cap each day helps defend against these digestive issues with three strains of good bacteria. approved! [ phillips' lady ] live the regular life. phillips'. for a golf getaway. double miles you can actually use... but mr. single miles can't joi
to prevent more. >>> and when harry met alex. prince harry wears off after his racy photos with a cheeky 6-year-old. >> glad you got your clothes on, prince harry. >> how the prince tackled his tiny subject. >>> good evening from charlotte, north carolina. and this week, the democratic national convention, and as we come on the air tonight, not long from now on that stage. the first lady michelle obama will enter the arena to give a speech to millions of americans about her husband and the pressure is on. because a brand-new abc news/"washington post" poll shows the president has been sliding among registered women voters, some of his strongest, most steadfast supporters. take a look at the poll. in april, 57% of women said they approved of the president. today, just 46%. and for the first time, more women slightly disapprove of the president than approved. that is a new low. so what is going on? is this real and what does mrs. obama have to do tonight, it's "your voice your vote." and our political team has out in force all day. let's lead off again with abc's jake tapper right now on the
of the game are alex smith who threw for two touchdowns and michael crabtree caught six passes and justin smith had five tackles and all three on the field with michele tafoya. >> michele: a chippy game, alex. we can see your nose. you took a big hit on the final drive. how did you good night fis through the all of that? >> the mentality is stay short sided and with you play at a time and not think too far ahead and defense played lights out and especially the first half. put them in the hole with the kickoff return and turnover and holding them to field goals all day long in the red zone and really helped us. just a matter of kind of plugging along on offense. ups and downs throughout the game. a great group of guys. speaks a lot to the kind of character we got. >> michele: you are flourishing under jim harbaugh. what is it about his coaching that works so well for you? >> it's these guys. michael making me look good tonight. had a bunch of great catches and making me look good, like i said. a combination of everything. i feel as a quarterback a reflection of the guys around you and i go
until /he set the sunsets on sunday. alex, you've talked with him who remembered him well. he went to school here. >>reporter: everyone has high prays for the ambassador. he attended law school right here in san francisco. one former professor i talked with told me the way he died says a lot about the kind of man he was. we're going and try and get the interview with the professor. >> we'll head back shortly. >>> libya is responding with apologies and condemnations. >> it's unfortunate we inherit a regime like this, using torture against our people. we have to get that out of this country and out of this tradition. >> u.s. officials are viewing his comments with skepticism, saying there's a pattern of denial. >>> mitt romney today criticized president obama's response to the tragedy in libya, claiming the president does not stand up for american values and pointed to an unauthorized statement from the u.s. embassy in cairo, egypt after last night's riots there. romney says the statement was sympathetic to the the protesters. >> what did they do wrong? >> it's their administration.
. others have a strain and aggressive strain of carp involving a pitch fork and waterskis. alex perez went along for the hunt. >> flying fish tore spepedo. a pitch fork is all he has to fight back. his target. asian carp greedy, hungry, fish threatening to invade the great lakes. >> it's a accomplish going 30 miles an hour. >> you may have seen him anchors down in the ring but the pro wrestler has a new challenge. from florida to california adrift in the world of extreme fishing. i took the bait and met up with eric on the banks of the illinois river. >> what have you learned about fishing as you go along? >> it's american ingenuity. it's about meeting interesting people, tenacious, hard working. they found dangerous, extreme ways of catching fish. >> an national planet's "off the hook extreme catches" follows eric as he finds way to get them on the hook. from using paddle boards, to extreme fishing. and the asian carp imported in the '70s to clean their ponds. >> this whole area they call it carp ground zero. >> now the fish that can't be stopped. >> they spawn three types a year. have kn
governor romney from closing the gaps as we see in the polls as of today? >> good morning, alex. i think the obama team is confident but they're cautious. they're six weeks until election day. that's a lifetime when it comes to politics. folks have already started to turn out for early voting. we have a graphic of what we've seen so far. it shows that obama campaign supporters are actually leading right now in terms of voter turnout as compared to romney supporters. i've spoken with officials with the rnc, and they say this doesn't concern them. why? because typically democrats turn out for early voting in larger number than republicans. officials at the rnc tell me they're feeling incredibly confident right now when it comes to their ground game and voter outreach. they say this is going to translate into voter turnout between now and election day, so that is what in the words of one republican official allows him to stleep at night. we have a graphic of this breakdown. take a look. when you look at the numbers of 2012 compared to 2008, according to the rnc volunteers have made six time
back on the defense. hello, everyone. i'm alex witt in for thomas roberts. we'll get into the akin impact. tick-tock with 35 days to go. a new round of polling shows president obama now leads in nine key battleground states that could decide the race for the white house. the president holding a razor-thin edge over romney in north carolina and nevada. he leads by seven points by romney's home away from home, new hampshire. those poll numbers causing the clock to tick and grow louder thousand. the first debate is five days away. >> do you think that he has the ability as a -- >> having debated him 15 or 17 times, yeah. >> he's a pretty good debater, isn't he? >> he's a better debater than any of the nominees on the ticket. >> how much will the debates matter? with iowa one of 30 states castingle balan casting ballots by the end of the month? >> do you know that mccain beat obama on election day, and obama got it in early voting. >> things can change overnight with a great debate performance, but again, mark hallprin, time is running out. >> he's still behind in too many places to wi
9:00 a.m. out west. welcome to "weekends with alex witt". >>> nothing but swing states in the race for president today. a big saturday for penn state after the scandal. a rare event in the sky seen around the world. one of the biggest winners ever talks publicly. and fallout from storm isaac, it's not all bad. details on those stories throughout the hour. >>> but first -- just minutes ago mitt romney finished a rally in the crucial swing state of ohio hot on the heels of the republican national convention mitt romney focused on the economy and sharing a message of unity. >> this is a time for us to come together as a nation. we do not have to have the kind of divisiveness and bitterness and recripple will nations we've seen over the last four years. i will bring us together. i'll put in place those five steps i described. america is going to come roaring back. a better future is ahead. it's out there waiting for us. >> nbc's ron mott is joining us from columbus. ron, with a hello to you, what else did moit romney say at today's rally and albeit briefly. i think some expected a long
in oakland and now one man is in the hospital. alex savidge is right near lake merit with more on what police found at the scene that led them to a suspect. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning. there was a gun recovered here at the crime scene. at this point oakland police are telling us they do have a person detained in connection with this shooting. it happened right here behind us at 4900 block of lee -- 400 block of lee street. quite a few investigators are out here. this streis still blocked off. police tell us this began as a robbery but ended with one man being shot. the woman he was with though was not hurt. shooting happened just before 2:00 this morning. the armed robber apparently shot this man in the arm and in the chest. he was taken to the hospital. his condition is unclear this morning. but again we do understand police somehow detained a person detained the shooter. we are waiting to speak with one of the commanding officers here on scene. one man shot during a robbery not too far away from lake merit. live this morning in oakland alex savidge. >>> a father and son a
a license intact on the premise and then work out a deal with alex and mike. that went on through the fall. that was still going on as late as april and may of this year. i came in in may. there was another attorney who had been doing the leasing. they did bring me in to sit in on the final negotiations. that was a done deal. i was surprised it had blown up. that is when i went to gus and other day operators and hoping we could bring in someone from the community to put that to rest. the issue before the board today is a public need and convenience of the entire community in the city and county of san francisco. it is not just one little segment. i think it is a dangerous precedent for the board to be getting into the minutia of lease negotiations. i think it was done in good faith. i think these guys are amazing in with a beautiful job. supervisor kim: that was not my question. i appreciate that. supervisor elsbernd: supervisor campos? supervisor campos: one of the other gentleman in the partnership behind a proposal indicated you do not have to be gay to have a license approved. i do not
, and he said if he saw alex, he was going to call us, because he knew where he was, outside the city in an undisclosed location. commissioner: but when you search the house, he was not there either, so that ultimately was not the reason. >> when he and the deputy chief said they were upset that it was not served, i took it as a direct order to go serve it now, not 10 minutes from now, so i went to go and serve it, and i got the assistance of the swing watch homicide inspectors, and they told us there was movement. we did not get everything that was requested for this search warrant because alex, having to get dna swabs, we did not searches vehicle or get dna swabs from alex. he was in hiding, in genuine fear for his life. the victim services told me that alex was cooperating, we are not going to provide services to him. i spoke to the attorney, and he told me that they want to keep all of their options open. he never told me," i am not cooperating with this investigation." he was frightened. i want to try to get him in a frame of mind that he could come forward, i.d. the killer is. i
a longer speech. but there you have it. >> reporter: hey, alex. we're back in ohio again, we were here last weekend, we're here again. probably going to be our home away from home the next 9 1/2 weeks. this state matters that much. governor romney was in front of an enthusiastic kraud with the speaker of the house john boehner and senator rob portman. he talked about the 23 million folks out of work. he had a line in that speech that says if you have a coach that has zero wins and 23 million will losses, it's time to get a new coach. that sent the crowd into applause. he mentioned the five-point plan, his standard stump sheet about the five things america needs to do, what he plans to do to get the economy moving again. they want to try this last weekend he, this holiday weekend, to make one big push before the democrats sort of take over the headlines and media space next week with their convention. they'll reunite tonight down in jacksonville, governor romney and paul ryan. >> speaking of paul ryan, he's at quite an interesting football game at this hour. >> reporter: yes, he is. a kickof
that vacancy. i made a couple changes. we formed a new subcommittee, which is going to be headed by alex landsburg. he's going to not meet every month, but have a quarterly meeting and kind of look at those issues that are very important to the community. replacing, he was the wastewater subcommittee chair and he's being replaced by javier pruit hill, who is a recent appointee and the water commit, david pillpel will be heading the water committee. i'm sure you will have lots of procedural comments that will come out of that committee. it will be good to have new blood come out of that committee and we're going to give that a try. the power subcommittee will be run by doug cane. the resolutions that came forward. a resolution in support of alternative nonpotable water. it was brought forward and i think hasn't been voted on by the supervisors yet. we had a resolution and support of ssip validation program and also an excess land policy that was related to the francisco reservoir. pending, we are going to also look at our rules of order. we currently have the ability to change our rules o
leading up to one of the first swims across america. alex -- trainee of yours. helped to race so much money but talk about that and we can hold up this plague. >> we did everything we asked him to do. he was so team focused and so involved in what we did here and making others better around him. he was so much more than just a swimmer. he had his -- how many people have a company under the age of 18? >> amazing. >> duct tape and -- now all the money that he put forth through fundraising through this great cause. he was all about caring for people and helping people out. the spirit of this is -- helping people out and -- something that in alex's memory we will always have associated with this event. >> one of those things that even after he was gone he said -- he said and his family said let's make all the donations to his swim across america effort and even this year i think it's thousands of dollars in his name. >> reporter: yeah. it's not just alex, his entire family. they are giving individuals. that's what he was all about. he was in this sport for himself but he was also in t
franchise quarterbacks. if you don't have him, you're not winning in this league. >> brad: alex? >> alex: we had that conversation on the field before this game tonight, whether or not he is an elite quarterback. he says he doesn't necessarily compare himself to the bradys and the brees, but he said he believes in himself and his ability because of the way this team has been made up, the constituents, the offense harsh necessarily favored him, but he believes in what he brings to the team and his on potential. >> mike: let me still you something, alex, he does compare himself. boldin has had a big, big half. brad, to finish that conversation, alex brings up a lot of really good points. flacco puts it on boldin right here. when i say he does compare himself. he had a conversation with him yesterday, with regard him not signing a new contract yet and where he thinks he fits in this league. he knows what drew brees just signed for, and he thinks he's a top three or four quarterback. i don't blame him. you ought to think that. >> brad: that could have been a dangerous one. and when we did talk t
9:00 a.m. out west. welcome into "weekends with alex witt." rare reversal on the libya consulate attack. four days to go before the high stakes presidential debate. record quiet in tornado alley. and harvest moon rises. and a new intrusion in the private life of kate middleton. we have details on those stories throughout this hour. but first -- >>> we go to front page politics. the campaign trail looking live right now at a picture of a rally in ft. myers, florida taking place. there's vice-president joe biden speaking to voters on the second day of his swing through the battle ground state. let's listen in. >> benefits they get now. now wait a minute now. after they were told that, this goes to credibility. after they were told that, what did they do? they still introduced it in the house. and every republican but a few voted for it but for the democratic senate that would it passed and mitt romney said at the time were he president and this passed he would sign it into law. sign into law the requirement y'all come up with $6,400 a year more for the same benefits. and now they s
in our favvr.jeopardy is in it's 29th season..... winning 30 emmm awards.(sot alex)tape #431:09:466hile we are a familiar program. the format is the same, and has been the same for almost three decades we have two new connestants every day, and we have new maaerial very day. (continues)tape #431:09:57so it's familiar, it's jeopardy was the first quiz g. show to go high def.....and tech.changing sii times over 28 years.(sot alex)1:09:37tape #43we don't want tt become stale. and i think that's one of the things that has helped us succeed over the yeaas. and havinn a show.... where people actually learn something.(sot exec producer)clip401:32i ttink there;s a really nice balance between of material being that which people can play a long with at home 1:41 the other part of it is, you see somebody respond orrectly to a really touch clue, and you go, wow, that;s impressive. after three decades.... the clues keep coming.... and the wheel keeps spinning.....(sot vanna)8:10clip15i'm so glaa that everyone is still pnjoying it at home. thank you so much for watching. keep watching.just what ame
. that does it for us tonight. we'll see you monday night. "weekends with alex witt" start now. >>> a still strong isaac sweeps through the midwest at this hour. in some parts the storm is helping more than hurting. >>> the road to charlotte, president obama takes the first step towards the democratic national convention with a march through swing states. >>> new polls from the gop convention. did mitt romney get any bounce after his big speech thursday night? >>> labor day travel. there could be at least one record set when it comes to driving this weekend. we'll bring you those details. a very good morning, everyone. welcome to "weekends with alex witt." we're going to get to what's happening right now and that is isaac. the remnants of this storm slowly moving through the midwest bringing new trouble but drought relief to some parts. this is people on the gulf coast just beginning to assess the storm's impact. power crews are restoring electricity in louisiana, but more than half a million people are without service. in mississippi, nearly 3600 customers are without power. our cameras fl
on atherton street. alex savidge is out there at the scene with what police and family members are saying about the victims. >> reporter: good morning. i did speak a short time ago with the victim's grandmother. she told me her grandson and his pregnant girlfriend were both killed last night. that same relative tells me that girlfriend was six months pregnant. we believe she was pregnant with twins. they were found both of them shot to death inside this home behind me where detectives are collecting evidence this morning. distraught relatives consulted each other last night. after 9:00 is when the 911 calls came in. gunfire coming from this house. officers showed up and found a man and woman dead. there was also a 2.5-year-old boy home at the time. he was not hurt. the motive for this shooting this double murder, still remains unclear this morning as i talked with an investigator. but we did watch as friends of the victim came down to the scene this morning. many struggling to understand why both of these people were killed. >> what happened to him he did not deserve what happened to him
don't recommend. alex is my primary caretaker today. i read your medical records, do you want to know if it's a boy or girl? yeah, but don't tell me. i ask if she had children. not yet i said. i said it sucks. then i try to be funny. do you think epidurals have contributed. she opens my chart. is says you're having trouble holding urine. i pee every time i sneeze. may be i should wear depends. are you doing your cagels? let me teach you a way that will be fun. i think she's about to make a joke. as you squeeze, save, i love my body. four counts hold. notice your vaginal area tightening. i love my body. squeeze a little harder. i love my body. good. that does make it fun, i say. alex presses on my belly and says seven pounds. how am i going to get it out? i am hoping for a super wide vagina. i will have one after the birth. i know this is not sexualy, ideal. i think lesbians like a super wide vagina on their partner. the more she can shove in, the more sexual. you shouldn't sircumicize. do you have any articles about the benefits of circumcision marks a jewish boy. i know she's not a
's alex has more from the teenager that is ready to suit up as cornerback and make some history. >> listen up. >> south plantation senior has quite the arm. >> what sport? >> she is making history as the first girl in the state to play quarterback on a boy's varsity football team. >> she is good. i want to inspire other girls to come out and do something that someone told them they can't do. >> 17-year-old drafted, who coached her in girls flag football, knew she had the skills to play tackle with the boys. >> if she was a legitimate football player, then she wouldn't be here. >> she does everything with the boys. throwing, to running, and wears the pads if she's tackled, which concerned her parents at first. >> how cool is this for your kid to have her dream come true? >> erin is the third string quarterback and if the team is doing well enough against nova on friday, she will get a chance to play. >> it's my biggest goal right now. that's what i'm looking forward to. >> erin has the whole season to make her dream a reality. >> people come up to me and say that's so
of which you've already read, alex. "we do assess that some of of those involved were linked to groups affiliated with or sympathetic to al qaeda." so it's not come full circle but a 180 from where the administration started on this issue. >> we saw a picture of that scene the charred debris and what was left. why haven't officials been able to investigate that further now? >> reporter: it's a chaotic situation there. it's not somalia in the early 1990s but there are no sent al authority. there are militias that run different portions of that the sun. secretary of state clinton was there late last year. i happened to be on that trip. a perfect example. she experienced it first hand. got off at the airport. one militia group greeted her, carried her about ten miles. they accompanied her with technicals, those pickup trucks and other vehicles with large caliber weapons loaded on the back. about ten miles after that another group. so it was all divided into sections. the country, there's no central governing authority. it's hard to get into benghazi and investigate exactly what happened.
, everyone. welcome to "weekends with alex witt." i'm alex witt. there you see the president of the united states. he's in melbourne, florida. we'll take you right now to listen to part of his speech. >> two fundamentally different paths for america. two very different visions for our future. and our fight is for that basic bargain that built the middle class in this country and the strongest economy the world's ever known. and it was basically a simple idea. the idea that here in america, hard work will pay off. that here in america, responsibility will be rewarded. that everybody gets a fair shot and everybody does their fair share and everybody plays by the same rules from wall street to main street to washington, d.c. and that -- that basic bargain is why i ran for president. because i saw too many jobs disappearing overseas. too many families struggling with the costs that keep ongoing up even though paychecks aren't going up. too many people racking up more and more debt just to make the mortgage or pay tuition or put gas in the car or food on the table. and when this house of cards
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